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A Bike: The Vehicle for Changing Lives

Russ of Rusty’s Bicycle Recycle Uses the Bike to Help Many — Biking to work or to get around, for recreation and sport, for pleasure — it’s what bike enthusiasts do. It’s a life-change choice they’ve made, a self-actualization type of choice. But what about the bike changing lives in […]

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End of Daylight Saving Time Triggers Deadly Risk for Pedestrians

Seven local law enforcement agencies to conduct a three-day crosswalk enforcement operation in Orange, Osceola, and Seminole Counties. Law enforcement agencies across Central Florida are stepping up patrols at local crosswalks for a three-day crackdown on drivers who fail to yield and stop for pedestrians in marked crosswalks. Deputies from […]

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Bike 5 Cities Brings Smiles for Miles

The skies cleared just in time for more than 400 bike riders of all skill levels to roll through Orlando, Winter Park, Eatonville, Maitland and Casselberry during the fifth annual Bike 5 Cities. Bike 5 Cities empowers Central Floridians to ride comfortably and confidently on city streets, bike routes and […]

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You Can Help Make the Season Brighter for Central Florida Children

Last December, Bike/Walk Central Florida teamed up with partners and the Jordan Smelski Foundation to help give away bicycles, helmets and other sporting goods equipment to more than 1,000 Central Florida children. We’re prepping to hopefully bring some joy to more families this year on December 11 & 12. You […]

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You Can Help Make the Season Brighter for Central Florida Children

Last December, Bike/Walk Central Florida teamed up with partners and the Jordan Smelski Foundation to help give away bicycles, helmets and other sporting goods equipment to more than 1,000 Central Florida children. We’re prepping to hopefully bring some joy to more families this year on December 11 & 12. You […]

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End of Daylight Saving Time Triggers Deadly Risk for Pedestrians

Seven local law enforcement agencies to conduct a three-day crosswalk enforcement operation in Orange, Osceola, and Seminole Counties. Law enforcement agencies across Central Florida are stepping up patrols at local crosswalks for a three-day crackdown on drivers who fail to yield and stop for pedestrians in marked crosswalks. Deputies from […]

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Bike 5 Cities Brings Smiles for Miles

The skies cleared just in time for more than 400 bike riders of all skill levels to roll through Orlando, Winter Park, Eatonville, Maitland and Casselberry during the fifth annual Bike 5 Cities. Bike 5 Cities empowers Central Floridians to ride comfortably and confidently on city streets, bike routes and […]

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FireFly Creative Captures Memories During the 2021 Bike 5 Cities Ride

If a picture is worth a thousand words, and more than 400 riders will be pedaling 11,000 miles during Saturday’s Bike 5 Cities Ride, there better be a lot of pictures, right? Fortunately, ride event sponsor FireFly Creative Event Solutions is back for their second year capturing photos and videos of riders […]

Family Riding Bike 5 Cities
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Amerifirst Home Mortgage Expands Support of Culture and Family Through Sponsorship of Bike 5 Cities Event

Bike 5 Cities, an annual event organized by Bike/Walk Central Florida, helps advance better transportation options by showing people of all abilities and ages where they can comfortably ride on urban routes and trails. With dozens of volunteers and hundreds of participants, this year’s event on October 30, 2021, would […]